What have Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) ever done for you and I? #AHSNs

I have written a fair bit about Academic Health Sciences Networks (AHSNs) in the past. Not always favourably I'll admit. But that was then and this is now. I am pleased to report that, as of May, the 15 AHSN have been re-licensed/re-designated/re-booted (select as necessary) for another five years with NHS Chief Executive, Simon Stevens,... Continue Reading →

List of Academic Health Science Networks (AHSN), their Chairs, MDs, websites, Twitter feeds, priorities

Goodness knows what made me start to do this.  Perhaps it's the 'public servant' in me.  Hey ho! Here's a list of the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), websites (click on the relevant AHSN name), their MDs, Chairs, and Twitter addresses. An interactive map of the AHSNs areas can be found on the Yorkshire and... Continue Reading →

Academic Health Science Networks (AHSN) map and tender details for new AHSCs

I noticed a colleague had posted these on the Academic Health Sciences Network (AHSN) Linkedin group discussion site (you will have to sign in/register). So thought it would be good to share them with a wider public audience.  Particularly as I would have thought an announcement following the tender process is due shortly.  An overall map of... Continue Reading →

Round round get around I get around – Caldicott2, patient data, dementia portal and more!

So sang The Beach Boys who were on Radio 2's 'In Concert' this week.  Not that I'm a great fan but it seemed apposite given my week.  This has involved visits to TrialReach, Oxford (well, virtually!) to discuss plans for public involvement in the Biomedical Research Centre there, my good colleagues at BioMedCentral and, tomorrow,... Continue Reading →

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